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Sep 13, 2014 1:03AM
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May 2, 2014 5:35PM
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Not happy with your house? Tear it down. Build a 4000 SF home on 16,000 SF property. Of course free and clear property. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms w separate tub (Jacuzzi) and shower in master,, 28x20 kitchen, 12'x6' island, double oven, 45" cooktop, separate fridge and freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler, microwave and 1 HP disposal. breakfast nook with separate 4 bar stool peninsula. 2 85 gallon water heaters, 2 5 ton AC/heat systems, 3 car garage, 140 can lights, 400 Amp electric service (200) is code. Separate laundry room with sink and another refrigerator/freezer. Every countertop in home is granite as well as cooktop backsplash. Remodel pool and completely redo all landscaping. We thought we covered everything. Nope, we have a list of things to remodel however being 5 years old we think we should wait at least another 5 years before remodeling. This home was on paper for two years and revised eleven times. Being in the business of building homes we say and hear after completion,woulda, coulda and shoulda. The perfect home probably does not exist.
May 2, 2014 1:48PM
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I judge the house by the bathroom and the kitchen, the rest is cosmetics.
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A Big Kitchen.....they love to cook Lower 9th ward New Orleans style!
May 2, 2014 3:20AM
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Location, Security, and Low Maintenance were the only ones that mattered to me lol
May 2, 2014 2:25AM
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People prefer showers simply because we're in too much of a hurry.  Personally, I hate them.  I have yet to meet a shower stall that doesn't have drafts, and the worst thing in the world is chill air hitting you when you're standing under hot water.  Okay, so I'm one of only 22%.  Lack of a bathtub is a major turnoff for me.  So is lack of overhead lighting.  I've seen too many houses with not a light in the place; you're supposed to put lamps all over the place.  First of all, lamps are a pain.  They take up space.  They cost a bundle these days.  And they don't light adequately.  I want ceiling fans.  And hello?  I don't give a hoot where the laundry room is, but I want a whole room, not a storage closet.  Where am I supposed to fold my clothes?  I'm not about to use the kitchen table where I'm standing half-stooped and my lower back is killing me before I'm halfway done. 


Personally, I like large rooms; I'm like a guy that way: I like space.  And I don't give a rat's you-know-what about location.  Oh, and just for the record?  I hate walk-in closets.  Everything ends up stored in there, and you can't walk in.  Except for the kitchen, I actually prefer a room not to have closets at all; I have a wardrobe closet that's actually a piece of furniture; it lets me take the greatest advantage of all the space in my room. 


Our society has this need to pigeonhole people, to the point that people are not comfortable if you don't fit into one.  Please don't assume that just because I'm female, I fit into a female mold.  I grew up with three brothers; I'm more guy than girl in most of my tastes and reactions.

Apr 30, 2014 3:10PM
Apr 30, 2014 2:10PM
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American women and their absurd bourgeois expectations are so repulsive as to take all the joy out of life.  Is it ay wonder so many men are opting out of marriage these days, or marrying foreigners with more realistic fantasies about what life is supposed to bring? 
"American girls want everything in the world you can possibly imagine!" (Mick Jagger, 1977)
Apr 30, 2014 12:39PM
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The only ones important to me are low maintenance, security and laundry room. The kitchen is fine if it's functional, but I do NOT like open concept. 
Apr 30, 2014 11:55AM
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Nice sexist viewpoint here. I'm sure the author doesn't realize that men also care a lot about all of these issues for all the same reasons.
Apr 30, 2014 11:47AM
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Wow. This is sexist. I wish people would stop grouping all women as giving a damn about closet space and kitchen 'prettiness'. I am nothing like whatever so-called women were included in this obviously biased survey.
Jun 28, 2013 8:21AM
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I've said this before, but I'm a woman who absolutely HATES those so-called "open kitchens" - who wants the dinner guests hanging around yakking at me when I'm trying to cook the dinner? Who wants the distraction of the TV blaring in the den during meal preparation? Who wants the detritus of a party meal piled in the dinner guests' line of vision  while they sip their after-dinner coffee? Give me a kitchen I can walk into and shut the door!

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In my house,  we keep our home in working order by cleaning at least 1 hour a day, we have lots of time to laugh, enjoy each other and have fun. My husband keeps the heater,the electrical, plumbing and anything else needed to keep our home comfortable in working order and I help him do this as much as I can..We like space, so we keep our home uncluttered. My husband is a real man, he is not intimidated by my girly possessions and I am not intimidated by his manly possessions. Since we are not stuck on one type of flooring we have tile, carpet and wood floors. We give to each other from or full hearts so we both fill full of love for each other. YOU COULD SAY WE BOTH ENJOY OUR HOME NOT MATTER WHICH ROOM WE ARE IN.  
Feb 11, 2013 11:53AM
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people in slide #6 with beer bottles all look to be underage....just sayin...
Feb 11, 2013 11:09AM
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Don't mean to sound sexist (but it IS still a sexist world), but the three most important things to me are (1) the kitchen, (2) the kitchen, and (3) the kitchen.
Feb 11, 2013 10:31AM
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This was exactly right.  I am building a house right now, and thi**** it right on the head!
Feb 11, 2013 10:25AM
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we all think we knows what others wants and needs.i am laughing.
Feb 11, 2013 10:10AM
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Hardwood is ugly and hard to walk on. I want full carpets everywhere except the bathroom. Anyone who claims all women want hardwood or tile dining rooms is a moron who doesn't know women. We're not all about cleaning, you know.

Feb 11, 2013 9:54AM
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I think they missed the mark on a couple of things. First, I want a tub in the master bath, I don't take showers unless I absolutely have to, and second, I definitely do not want a jetted tub.
Feb 11, 2013 9:31AM
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I think they missed the mark on this. What women really want in a house is a CLEAN HOUSE!!! Who wants to come home to cleaning up someone elses messes after a long day at work.
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